Recently, Chris Ledesma, a famous music editor passed away at the age of 64 and the cause of death has not been announced. He became famous for making the famous animated series The Simpsons. At the memorial service on Sunday’s episode, My Life as a Vlog, the show revealed Ledesma’s death with a title card that read “In memory of Chris Ledesma.” On the Simpsons’ famous orange sofa, an animated version of the music editor is seen sitting between Homer and Marge. Ledesma smiles as he teaches Bart, Maggie and Lisa as they try out different instruments. Carolyn Omine, the show’s screenwriter, said on Twitter that Ledesma loves her craft and is “really, brilliant at it.”
People are paying tribute to The Simpsons music editor Chris Ledesma on Twitter.
Many of Ledesma’s colleagues and followers paid their respects on Twitter. Jake Schaefer, the show’s current music editor, tweeted,
“Chris Ledesma and The Simpsons’ love of music has been influential. I am grateful for the time I have spent with him this year. He is a great mentor and a great guy. My thoughts are with his family.
– The cunning foxes Showbiz (@CunningShowbiz) January 4, 2023
Chris Ledesma, the longtime music editor of “The Simpsons,” has passed away. He worked on each show for 33 years. He is 64 years old pic.twitter.com/QZtjS47XSr
– Daily noise (@DailyLoud) January 3, 2023
Josh Weinstein, who once produced the show, said Ledesma was the most skilled member of the cast.
Chris Ledesma’s work in The Simpsons was well known.
Chris, born January 28, 1958, grew up in Southern California and played the piano and trumpet brilliantly as a child. He attended the California Academy of the Arts and the San Francisco Conservatory, where he began his career as the music editor for a student film.
In 1984, Ledesma became a tour guide at Universal Studios Hollywood, and during his hiatus he observed music sessions for television shows such as Murder, She Wrote, Airwolf, Incredibles, and others. other. He started his career as a music editor for Segue Music, Music Design Group and Music Works before founding his own company, Click Track, Inc. He’s worked on movies like Pure Country, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, and Blast from the Past, as well as TV shows like Gypsies, War and Remembrance, and others.
Chris was the music editor for every episode of The Simpsons from Season 1 to Season 33, starting in 1989. He left the show last year due to health problems. Ledesma was also nominated for a Golden Reel Award for his performance in the 11th episode of the series’ tenth season, titled Wild Barts Can’t Be Broken. The Simpsons is one of the longest running animated series. From December 17, 1989 to September 25, 2022, the show ran for 34 seasons and 740 episodes.